This post was updated July 21 at 4:41 p.m. to reflect new statements from the North Westwood Neighborhood Council.
Local council members unanimously voted in favor of a resolution to rename Le Conte Avenue in Westwood at a July 1 meeting.
A federal loan program to help with the coronavirus pandemic has seen mixed results in Westwood Village, according to local business owners.
The federal government launched the Paycheck Protection Program on April 3, intended to provide affordable low-interest loans to small businesses suffering from the effects of the pandemic.
This post was updated April 21 at 9:07 p.m.
UCLA will not offer any refund for mandatory spring quarter fees and tuition, despite the reduction in campus services and the move to online instruction.
This post was updated March 30 at 5:48 p.m.
UCLA graduate students are considering going on strike over what they see as unfair working conditions and inadequate compensation from the university.
A transit rail station is likely to be built at UCLA in an upcoming project, according to a Los Angeles Metro feasibility report.
The report, which was released in early November, indicates plans for either a heavy rail or monorail transit service extending from the Metro Expo Line in the south to the Metrolink Van Nuys Station in the north.
Students can try out a popular international boba and tea business once it opens in Westwood later this year.
Sharetea is a boba franchise based in Taiwan with over 500 locations ranging from South Korea to UC Irvine.
This post was updated Oct. 17 at 12:17 a.m.
Chaonan Liu pays exorbitant sums to live several miles away from campus.
Liu, a fourth-year financial actuarial mathematics student, said the expense of living near campus had forced her into an apartment a few miles away from campus still costing $1,100 a month – with no bathroom.
A new juice and coffee bar is offering healthier alternatives to local competitors for Westwood residents.
Qwench Juice Bar, a Los Angeles-based franchise that started in 2013, opened its doors in Westwood on June 24.
A one-year agreement between UCLA and electric scooter companies will impose new restrictions on where students can use e-scooters and may also provide discounts for students using the devices.
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